It has came to my attention that more and more people are trying to prove whether this shit is real, bottom line, if it says something about demons, I wont try it. I already got too much negative energy around me wit these bitches (my friends) so what makes you think that I want this little boy named Charlie following me. I don’t even have kids and this is why because kids are demons…well to me.
Story is over the weekend there has been more and more people doing this challenge.Many Christians are now on twitter and social media warning people about Charlie, saying that Charlie is a demon and he should be left alone.
Originally, Charlie Charlie was called “The Pencil Game,” but now we have “the spirit world version of a Magic 8 Ball.” There is a six-pencil version and then the two pencil one (I doubt half these people have 6 pencils cuz they are normally stupid) inundating Twitter. In this one, two pencils are crossed over four squares. In each, the gullible participant writes “yes” and “no.”
And here’s the really brilliant step: Summon the demon by chanting “Charlie, Charlie, can we play?” If the pencils point toward yes, you ask Charlie questions. If no, you either consider yourself lucky and move on with your life, or you try again.
Now there are other beliefs opposing this, some Mexicans use this demon to be helpful and ask for advice in life.
Apparently, some people have attested to some spooky results – even sending out warning like “they may seem friendly at first, but have sinister plans,” across the Twitter-sphere. Others have reported “hearing voices, things being moved, shadows, sinister laughing and more.”
Charlie Charlie has made a few Christians nervous on twitter.
They have made warnings saying that the story behind the demon is so sinister, that it is not to be messed with.